•Factitious skin disease
•Trigeminal trophic syndrome
•Affective disorders in dermatology
This book represents a simple, practical resource for all healthcare professionals working with dermatological patients with psychological aspects to their disease. The emphasis is on effective guidance rather than exhaustive case reviews, providing readers with a manual on the appropriate way to approach management of the patient in each case.
Comprehensive in coverage, but concise in its delivery of information, Psychodermatology in Clinical Practice presents an idealized approach to management of psychodermatology patients within a global perspective, and provides practical tools to aid assessment of patients and in the decision-making process. It is suitable for dermatologists, psychiatrists and psychologists, dermatology nursing staff, primary care physicians and pediatricians.
• Concise practical reference providing both diagnosis and management options in psychodermatology
• Uses cases to illustrate key points in the topic
• Provides a swift and accessible resource for all involved in the clinical management of psychodermatoses